Magazine article Techniques

Did You Hear?

Magazine article Techniques

Did You Hear?

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Techniques and the Educators in Action blog have joined forces, and we want to hear from you! Tell us what you think about the following scenario:

How do you add your voice to the growing discussions around CTE policy? What are some techniques you have used to make the case for CTE to policymakers? What are some obstacles you have encountered/overcome? How does federal legislation direct ly affect students?

Send your response (300 words max) to techniques@acteonline. org. Your response may run on the Educators in Action blog or in an upcoming issue of Techniques.

In the April issue, Techniques asked readers:

CTE educators offer a unique experience to engage students in a variety of subjects, combining academic and technical skills, while preparing them for opportunities beyond high school. How do you work with your colleagues to make the most of each student's learning experience? How do you combine academic rigor with technical skill development?

Beyonka Wider, 2016 Region II Fellow, wrote:

"All educators can benefit from CTE teachers in a very powerful way. In my school district, the Health Sciences, Human Services, and Family and Consumer Sciences teachers continue to work closely with academic teachers on academic integration by collaborating on senior projects and student completer portfolios. …

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